Hospitals can play a leading role in efforts to attract, organize, and even make Qualified Opportunity Fund investments in the communities that they serve.
Cities are full of institutions and resources that serve communities. As different government departments oversee these assets, how can they work together?
Not all college graduates are the same. There are science, English, and business majors, just to name a few. They don’t always live in the same places.
Hear from people working with government agencies discuss innovative ways they’re using data to make their work more effective, with fewer resources.
With data and mapping tools, federal agencies can mitigate the risk of losing affordable housing as their investments mature and subsidies expire.
Households in some low-income areas spend more on food than those in other areas. How can healthcare providers find these areas and provide solutions?
Bridging the digital divide just got a huge new resource, with Census ACS data showing computer and internet access disparities between neighborhoods.
According to recent Census data, some city neighborhoods are severely lacking in internet access. See how the digital divide affects your city.